I layered a couple of papers from the 6.5 paper pad and adhered to the Kraft card base with some foam tape for a bit of dimension. I used foam tape for everything to give depth because of the monochromatic palette.
I used some Paper Blooms in Honey, twine and a white doily for more texture. This is quite a simple card and very easy to recreate.
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Hello, Kaisercraft friends. It’s Donna here with a couple of cards using the Oh Happy day collection.
Download the PDF instruction HERE or click the main image above.
PRODUCTS USED: PAPERS: OH HAPPY DAY Collection: PP1082 Paper Pad KAISERCRAFT PRODUCTS: SK822 Sticker book, CT976 Collectables, T303 Foam Tape, T321 Acid-Free Craft Glue, CD501 Card Pack Square White Other: Black and white paper twine
I created something really simple using the paper pad and sticker book only. This colorful and playful collection is perfect not just for birthdays but for any other occasion like graduation or promotion etc.
Believe it or not, I only used the 6″ x 6.5″ paper pad and sticker book in creating these cards. What I love about the paper pads and sticker books is the variety of word arts you can use for birthdays or other greetings for any occasion.
I uploaded a PDF instruction you can download and it’s pretty simple you can do it yourself using the same collection or any of your choice. I made a second card using the same design principle but using different papers and embellishments/elements.
I hope these cards inspired you to create something today! Thanks for dropping by and have a crafty day!
Hi all–Deanna from Canada here to share a couple of cards featuring the new Workshop line!
I’m loving the grunge and distressing that this line has and think the stickers and collectibles are perfect for those hard to make guy cards.
Help celebrate the special Dad in your life with a card designed especially for him–perfect for Father’s Day or Pop’s birthday!
I layered several different papers and added a little brown ink to the Collectibles to “grunge” them up a little more and tone down the brighter colours and I loved mixing all the different embellishments–Collectibles, stickers and Curios.
Adding foam tape to some of the elements will give you dimension and texture to make your layers pop.
This card is perfect for a masculine Birthday or Anniversary card.
Again I used many layers of the stickers and adding foam to some. I trimmed down the 3×4 element card from the Handsome paper and made that the focal quote on the card.
A little more silver touches brings the card together.
You can download instructions for these cards HERE and HERE.
Hey Kaisercraft Fans! Terhi here with a pair of cards made using the most beautiful Enchanted collection. This beautiful collection is one of two just revealed collections and it’s full of colors of the earth, sentiments and phrases from stories and it makes me want to jump right back to books I read when I was a child. Enchanted is very versatile, and for some unknown reason I’d like to smile each time I flip through the patterned papers – each and every single one is so pretty!
As said, today I’m sharing a pair of cards I’ve done. My first idea was to create very masculine a set of cards, but during the creation process my theme turned from manly keychains to pretty flowers and bright colors. To be honest, I don’t mind at all as this combination of bold red, green, black and white is my new favourite!
To create the base for the cards I first played with embossing powders and stamping. There’s also some fussy cutting and layering, and if you want to create exactly similar set of cards you can easily download PDF instructions here.
Hope this inspires you to create something beautiful today! Terhi xx PS. Download the PDF instructions HERE.
Hello all! It’s Lisa here with you today to share a set of 4 cards that I have created using With Love, I mean I made them with love but I also used the ‘With Love’ collection 🙂
For my first card I have used the PAPER PAD, from the collection to layer up some of the gorgeous gold foiled papers.
I have added some stickers from the Sticker Book and some Collectables, layered to embellish my card.
I have then added a bunch of Mini Paper Blooms and a sentiment from the Collectables. You can find the full instructions for this card HERE.
For my second card I have again used the PAPER PAD and some of the gorgeous gold foil prints.
I have layered up some of the gorgeous stickers from the Sticker Book and some of the Collectables.
I have also used the Thankful for You Decorative Die, with some of the black and gold papers to die-cut my fabulous title. You can find the full instructions for this card HERE.
My next card has used the pretty pink damask paper from the PAPER PAD. I have then used some of the beautiful lace stickers from the Sticker Book, to layer up with some of the other patterned paper.
I have used the Clear Stamps, with its gorgeous butterfly stamps that are designed for you to build up, stamping different colours on top of each other. The result is a lovely tri-coloured butterfly.
Finishing with some stickers from the Sticker Book and a Collectable sentiment. You can find the full instructions for this card HERE.
For my last card I have used the lovely green and gold foil damask patterned paper from the PAPER PAD. I have added some lave and scroll sticker strips from the Sticker Book.
I have again used the Thankful for You Decorative Die but this time with gold paper for the backing piece and pink for the font. I have layered this on some distressed circles and the polaroid die-cut from the paper pad. You can find the full instructions for this card HERE.
I hope you like what I have created ‘with love’ 🙂 Until next time, Lisa
You can find the ‘With Love’ collection in stock now at your local stockist or online at Kaisercraft.
Terhi Koskinen here to share you some card inspiration. Before explaining much about these cards, I need to admit I wasn’t very keen on card making some time ago. I find myself more as a scrapbooker and paper crafter but cards are always a challenge. So to lower the challenge of creating cards I have discovered couple of tricks! First: Keep it simple. Second: Layer it. Third (and most important): Don’t stress about it!
BREATHE Collection: P2703 Soft Pastel, P2704 Blue Blush, P2707 Pale Wonder, P2708, Efflorescence,
P2709 Floral Twilight, P2711 Clear Skies,
CT956 Collectables SB716 Blush Pearls, CD301 White Cardstock,
KM121 Kaiser Mist White, T303 Foam Tape, T321 Glue.
Keeping my thoughts in those three simple tricks, I let myself dive into the fabulous Breathe Collection and just like magic these cards were created! Genius! I decided to make small cards and build them more dimensional than vertical or horizontal. Fussy cutting is so close to my heart, cutting different leaves, blooms and flowers out of full sized papers was fun. Then, I just added one phrase die cut on top, and that’s it!
Well, I did add some pearls too. And doodling! Never underestimate the power of pens and pencils. Some white details with a pen and splashes with white Kaiser Mist were the perfect finishing touches for the cards. This set of cards made me want to do more!
Are you loving the beautiful Green House Collection? Its so on-trend with its pretty succulent designs and pastel colours. Today I am sharing a set of six Green House Cards that feature Fussy cutting and Hand-Stitching. To make these cards you will need the 6 1/2 inch Paper Pad and the Sticker Book, some Wooden Flourishes and some co-ordinating Embroidery Thread.
Click on the Photo above to Download Step By Step Instructions.
Green House Cards Materials Needed:
PAPERS: GREENHOUSE Collection
KC PRODUCTS: PP1064 Paper Pad, CT957 Collectables, SK804 Sticker Book, IP726 Island Ink Pad, IP725 Petal Pink Ink Pad
Green House Cards Instructions:
Fussy cut 2 succulent pages from the Paper Pad.
Layer flowers together with foam tape.
Select your favourite papers from the Paper Pad.
Cut 12 papers to measure 4 ¼ inches x 6 1/8 inches.
Remove 2 white pages from Paper Pad and cut into quarters; 4 squares measuring 3 ¼ x 3 ¼ inches.
Adhere the white squares to the top of the paper. Choose a sticker sentiment for bottom of each card.
Hand stitch around white squares and sticker sentiment.
Choose 1 or 2 flowers for each card. Decorate underneath each flower with stickers, fussy cut succulents, wooden flourishes and embroidery thread.
Decorate the inside of each card.
Green House Cards Completed Photos
If you decide to give these cards a go please let me know! I would love to see your beautiful work : )
Hello, Kaisercraft fans!
It’s Lisa here today to share some cards I have created using the stunning
The Collection is full of natural elements and earth tones.
I wanted to show you how many different styles of cards you are able to create using the Paper Pad,
which has so much goodness in a small package!
The first card I created has a rough nature feel to it.
PAPERS: WHISPER Collection: PS554 Flora & Fauna Acetate, PP1060 Paper Pad. KC PRODUCTS: CT953 Whisper Collectables, CD501 White Square Card, CD651 Kraft 12 x 12 Cardstock, CB153 12 x 12 Corrugated Cardboard, Ink Pad – IP751 Chocolate, SB791 Pearls Pewter. OTHER: Twine, Cardboard
Lots of layers with this one. I have used some of the gorgeous patterned papers from the Paper Pad, and some kraft cardstock.
I have distressed and inked all the edges.
You can find the full instructions for this card HERE.
My next card has more classic and simple lines to it.
To highlight the truth of the sentiment 🙂
PAPERS: WHISPER Collection: PS554 Flora & Fauna Acetate, PP1060 Whisper Paper Pad. KC PRODUCTS: CT953 Whisper Collectables, CD101 12 x 12 Coconut Cardstock, CD501 Square White Card, F632 Paper Blooms Sage, F644 Mini Paper Blooms White.
I have layered pieces of the different patterned papers, which have been matted onto white cardstock.
I have also added some fussy cut foliage elements from the Flora & Fauna Acetate sheet.
You can find the full instructions for this card HERE.
My next card again has very simple lines, but I have gone for a darker feel with the black card stock and woodgrain.